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How To Get Nsl Surety Fees Refunded?

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NSL and their unfair Surety Fee system.


Maybe somebody can tell me ;


How do you get £160 surety fee refunded once you have shown DVLC office your licence TAX disc in person. ?


Just how long does it take to get this refunded?


Why should you have to appear in person holding tax disc in your hand, at DVLC office? They know from computer record that you have paid fee.

It's like a punishment of a naughty child, them showing you who is charge, and wasting your time and putting you to great inconvenience.



And what would happen if a NSL clamping vehicle arrives while tax disc is removed from vehicle, Could they clamp me for not showing a tax disc on vehicle?



The system is crazy, and the lousy government has handed the collection of these fee to a bunch of profit movitated crooks.


So much for public service.


It's all to do with showing us that they can push us around anyway they want. No real country of mine fought a War to protect freedom from oppression to hand it over to these thugs.


Any body got any ideas or can help please let us know.

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DVLC? You're about 20 years out of date!


I take it you are no longer using the vehicle and are therefore trying to get a refund of the tax disk?

Warning: Freemen of the Land Operate here. Think twice before accepting 'legal advice'.

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I live in Spain, only here for two months so thought I would buy a cheap car rather than rent one. Big mistake.


Drove it home from Dealer, and that following morning before I was awake a clamp was on it.


Then much agro trying to understand laws that never existed when I was living here.


DVLA / DVLC same old crooks just a different bloody name.


Anyway, I glad I don't live in the hell hole called the UK.


People here just don't see how their liberty has been stolen from them. I would support outright revolution to change things, if I lived here now.


My father fought in a war to stop facists from dominating our freedom, now we just bend over and they whip us like dumb slaves.


This is supposed to be an educated population, well they all seem pretty dumb to me after 10 years away.


UK, you can keep it give me fascist Spain any day.

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Road Tax laws are hardly new.


They have been around in some form since the 1888s and applied specifically to motor vehicles since the 1920s....


To get the £160 back, you need to purchase and produce a valid tax disc, as you have done. How long it takes? No idea.


This is supposed to be an educated population, well they all seem pretty dumb to me after 10 years away.


Says the person that come back and 'forgot' he had to tax his car...

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Warning: Freemen of the Land Operate here. Think twice before accepting 'legal advice'.

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In my position, 10 years away from UK and new rules how was I to know that it was illegal to drive my car from Car sellers to my home to get it taxed following day? I had car in my hands only about 10 hrs overnight, and did not even have time to fill in forms and get to a Post Office for tax disc. Somebody must have shopped me to DVLA, or they had a NPL van driving the streets, more likely the former. Lovely people who now inhabit my old country of UK, telling tales to Big Brother, Orwell was 100% on this.


Anyway I have now resolved this issue and childish smart arsed comment from your site are the last thing I need.

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Glad it's resolved!


The vans do go around, I would expect that is what happened. I have reported untaxed cars before and no one turns up for ages.


I assume its insured?

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